Pet of the Week: Daniel

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Meet Mass Appeal’s pet of the week!

Name: Daniel
Breed: Labrador Retriever mix
Age: 8 years
Sex: Neutered Male
Color: Chocolate

About Daniel:
If you are looking for a friendly, happy, laid back fellow, then I’m your boy! I traveled afar from an overcrowded shelter down in Kentucky where it was unlikely I would have had a chance at adoption. I hear folks up in these parts love chocolatey looking dogs like myself, so I was lucky to get picked for a special transport. I am very friendly meeting other friendly dogs and would enjoy a home with another canine companion. I might also be ok in a home with a confident, dog savvy cat. I love going for walks and the staff says I do a pretty good job of keeping my kennel clean so I may already be housetrained. If you’d like to meet me, just ask a staff person to bring me right on out. You won’t be disappointed!

 

Pet First Aid and CPR Workshop
Sunday June 22nd
10:00AM to 4:00PM

 

Learn how to save your pet’s life with proven, simple first aid techniques.
What would you do if your pet was…
Bleeding?
Choking?
Suffering from heat stroke?
Was in shock?
Or had a broken bone?
Your pet is worth way more than the small investment in time and money to save his/ her life in the event of an emergency.

 

Completion of the Pet First Aid and CPR Workshop includes:
Pet Saver Handbook
Pet CPR and First Aid Certificate
Most importantly – the peace of mind that only comes with the knowledge that you could save your pet’s life in an emergency.

 

Cost is $65.00 per person.
Pre-registration and payment is required and is limited to 20 participants. Please bring a lunch and a beverage.


Pet Safety Tips

No table foods, moldy foods, poultry bones
No chocolate
No grapes & raisins
No alcoholic beverages
Be careful with ornaments, ribbons & tinsel
Holiday plants can be dangerous

If you’re interested in adopting any of the pets seen on Mass Appeal, or want more information on any of the pets available at the Dakin Humane Society, you can call them at 781-4000 or visit DPVHS.org

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